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Letters to his parents from Dartmouth College, 1932-03

MS-685: Richard Campen student letters
 Folder: 22, Box: 1


Contains 5 handwritten and typescript letters on the topic of family’s trip to west coast, recovery from illness, plans to travel home for Easter break, hoping to get a car, visiting family friend in New York city, update on his female pen pal, initiation event at Pi Lambda Phi fraternity, complication with tuition payment, chemistry lab, writing a psychology paper, attending parties at local schools, economics course, going to a picture show, zoology exam, receiving photos Stanford and University of California from family, comparison of Dartmouth and Stanford, José Sturbi’s performance, paper for the economics class, breakfast with friends, travel plan to home, reading Elmer Rice’s Councellors at Law, fraternity meeting, celebration of founder’s night, his thoughts on transferring to a different school or staying in Dartmouth for the following year, his doubts on medical profession, traveling to New York over Easter break, course selection for the following year and reading more plays.


  • 1932-03

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